1. On the opposite side of St. Augustine's Church in Royal City, there is a small Spanish colonial building; 2. The second and third floors are museums, mainly displaying Spanish colonial furniture and decoration; 3. Tickets are 9 yuan; 4. If you are not interested in furniture, this is a place especially suitable for photographic X.
Near St. Augustine's Church, a small museum was accidentally discovered. Museum is relatively secret, there is only one door on the street, through a delicate small door, there is a fountain courtyard, the surrounding buildings surround the fountain courtyard a courtyard, a little quadrangle flavor. In the courtyard, I bought tickets and visited the house of a wealthy family in Manila for a long time. The interior of the house is mostly dark-painted wooden furniture. Like modern families, large houses have living rooms, living rooms, dining rooms, study rooms, meeting rooms, kitchens and bathrooms. These houses are distributed around a small courtyard on the third floor. Furniture decoration is exquisite, especially in the living room on the second floor. The room is large and transparent, sunny and well ventilated. Semi-transparent partitions and doors, and can be separated from different spaces, it is indeed a large family. The tour is one-way. Walking along the red carpet, you can take pictures without flashing lights. Besides the portrait of the owner of the house in the main hall, you can take pictures. Every room has security guards. It is responsible to protect the furnishings from being touched by visitors. At the end of the tour, you will walk down the three-storey outer staircase to the fountain yard. It's amazing that this museum has an unimportant appearance, but it's not a cave-in-the-sky museum.
When it comes to museums in Manila, Casa Manila is indeed one of my favorites. For an affordable admission fee of 75 pesos, you’ll get to explore a beautiful historic trove portraying the colonial lifestyle during the Spanish colonization era in the Philippines. Inside the museum, I was enthralled by its antique collection, elegant furniture and majestic interiors. I, honestly, felt like I was an illustrious or respected businessman during the Spanish colonization era, while I was admiring the exhibits in Casa Manila. And, by the way, make sure to drop by the courtyard, to make your travel photos more eye-catching.